East African Talent Surges in 10,000m Olympics RaceMo Farah, a Somali-born athlete who is now British, and Ethiopia's Tariku Bekele, won the gold and bronze medals respectively at the Olympics 10,000m race. Kenya's long-held hopes of gold in the race were dashed.
From left, Olympics 10,000m contenders Moses Ndiema Masai, Bedan Muchiri, Mo Farah (who won gold) and Tariku Bekele (silver).
African Arguments, 31 July 2012
If you don't know the story of Mo Farah now, you almost certainly will the day after the 5,000 metres Olympic final on Saturday 11th August. Read more »
Capital FM, 4 August 2012
After the disappointment of losing out on the gold in the women 10000m finals on Friday, focus will be on the male athletes in the same distance, to bring home the elusive medal… Read more »
Ethiopia: The Nation's Medal Hopefuls
Addis Fortune, 29 July 2012
Following the emergence of a new generation of medal hopefuls in both traditionally strong and previously unheralded events, those involved with the Ethiopian Olympic team are… Read more »
ENI, 23 July 2012
Several of the world's top Muslim athletes have announced they will delay the start of their annual Ramadan fast this year, as it clashes with the Olympic Games taking place in… Read more »